Bazgar Abad is a sustainable agriculture company in Afghanistan. They offer solutions to complex issues by developing better seeds and systems to help farmers with productivity on the farm and grow more nutritious food while conserving natural resources.
The brand name: Bazgar Abad drives from two words of Bazgar, means (Farmer) and Abad means (Town) where a colony of farmers lives in. The logo concept, which is also symbolizing seeds, green leaf, letters of A & B with their lowercase mode is based on the same idea and gives exactly the right feeling and imagination of agriculture along with types of activities held by this company.
Our Studio consultants, designers and developers were also teamed up with the project management members to design, develop and coordinate the competition website where all architect from over 117 countries have been registered-in, and received 1070 design proposals from 14000 active users.
On February 2015, UNESCO has announced the winning proposal for the Bamiyan Cultural Centre. An Argentina-based team, lead by Carlos Nahuel Recabarren alongside Manuel Alberto Martínez Catalán and Franco Morero. The construction stage of the winning design is almost started in Bamiyan and in near future we will also lunch the new website of Bamiyan Cultural Centre. Our team is once more honored to continue their assistance with UNESCO office in Kabul after first project success.